Laura Lee Stay Bradshaw specializes in figurative sculpture. She holds a Master of Fine Arts Degree from Brigham Young University. She lives in Saratoga Springs, Utah.
Laura Lee is known for making the human experience iconic. Themes of celebration and joy run through her work. Her sculptures enhance space, i.e., gardens, public plazas, and water features. Making the world a more beautiful place to live is her goal. Notable works include a sculpture of Martha Hughes Cannon, an eight-foot bronze monument at the Utah State Capitol; Celebration of Healing, an eighteen-foot bronze in Monroe, Louisiana; and portrait busts of Presidents Gordon B. Hinckley and Howard W. Hunter in the Conference Center at Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Sculpting is the process of bringing forth something ordered and beautiful in a 3D context. I have been a figurative artist my entire life. Modeling the human form is personally engaging and very rewarding.